Eileen Flanagan is the award-winning author of three books, most recently
Renewable: One Woman’s Search for Simplicity, Faithfulness, and Hope, which won a 2015 Silver Nautilus Book Award and was a finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Read more »
She speaks to international audiences on topics ranging from climate justice to personal empowerment and spirituality . Learn about sample talks and venues »
Eileen lives in Philadelphia and serves as board chair of Earth Quaker Action Team,
a small grassroots group that challenged a bank and won. Learn how they did it »
NAUTILUS BOOK AWARD!
Renewable has won a 2015 Silver Nautilus Book Award in the memoir category. Recognizing “Better Books for a Better World,” Nautilus’ past winners includes Desmond Tutu, Deepak Chopra, Barbara Kingsolver, and Brené Brown.
“Don’t Drink the Water”– Eileen’s piece on Salon.com explaining how fossil fuels inevitably lead to poisoned water and inequality.
IN THE NEWS
Earth Quaker Action Team pushes PECO to Power Local Green Jobs at an action where Eileen spoke about the connection between climate change and economic justice.